Rotor mill PULVERISETTE 14 classic line
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Product applications
for cables, for plastics, for rubber, food, grain, for cocoa nibs, for wood
for the pharmaceutical industry
Rotational speed

Max.: 20,000 rpm
(125,664 rad.min-1)

Min.: 6,000 rpm
(37,699 rad.min-1)


Effective comminution due to highest rotor speed The FRITSCH Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 classic line is the ideal mill for fast, effective comminution of soft to medium-hard, brittle and fibrous materials as well as temperature-sensitive samples – proven worldwide for the use in trace analysis. Difficult-to-mill samples, or extremely temperature-sensitive samples such as styrenes, polyester, synthetic resins, films, PVC, PP and PE can be embrittled with the addition of liquid nitrogen and afterwards ground in the PULVERISETTE 14 classic line. The motor speed can be varied between 6,000 and 20,000 rpm in increments of one-thousandth - making it possible to adapt the mill to each specific application. An automatic speed compensation feature ensures an ideal adaptation of the grinding to the specific comminution behaviour of the sample. At the same time reduces the fast, effective grinding significantly the thermal strain on the sample. IMPACT AND SHEARING Inside the Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 classic line, the sample is comminuted by impact on the ribs of the rotor rotating at a high speed and additionally sheared between the rotor-teeth and between the utilized sieve ring.


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LAB Technology 2024

28-28 May 2024 De ReeHorst, Ede (Netherlands)

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    5-06 Jun 2024 PVA EXPO PRAGUE, Prague (Czech Republic)

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